In just a few quick steps, customize your own Stuffed Animal. It's easy and fun!
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Design fun, one-of-a-kind party invitations and note cards with their own built-in envelopes.
What kind of message or card would you like to send? Make your own! Here’s how. Experiment with unusual combinations of papers to let your creativity shine!
With a ruler, mark patterned paper, such as origami or scrapbook paper, into two small squares (each 5 7/8 inches or 15 cm). Mark a larger square (8 1/4 inches or 21 cm) of solid colored paper. With the Crayola Ultimate Cutter™ on the protective mat, cut out both squares.
Cover the back of one small square with a Crayola Glue Stick. Position this small square inside the larger square so that the small square looks like a diamond inside the larger square. Press flat. Let dry.
Your paper now has four triangles surrounding the center square. Fold these triangles up into the center along the edges of the patterned paper. Press flat.
On the other small square of patterned paper, a ruler to draw lines between the corner points. Cut the square into four equal triangles.
Open your paper flat, and turn it over on the back. Glue the four triangles on the four folded-point sections. A blank square in the center is now surrounded by triangles. Press flat. Let dry.
Turn over your paper. Write your message with Crayola Write Color Pencils in the center square.
Use the Crayola Staple-Free Stapler to make a small hole in the point of each triangle. Fold up the triangles. Thread ribbon through the holes and tie. Your message is ready for personal delivery!
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Get inspired by the sweet-smelling scents and rich colors of Crayola® Power Lines Washable Markers with Scents and write
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